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Need column sub-header at top of new page when data goes onto two pages

Question asked by bdancy16 on Jun 28, 2011

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Need column sub-header at top of new page when data goes onto two pages

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Version 11. I have a report that groups data using two sub-summary parts that starts a new page for each occurrence. It needs to look like this when printed and I've indicated how I currently have each part of the report defined in the layout in parentheses.

Report Name (Header)

Client Name A - Manager Name A (Sub-summary part when sorted by client/manager, page break before each occurrence) 

  • Patient Name 1 (Sub-summary part when sorted by patient)
  • Column Header (e.g., "Date"  "Type"   "Notes"...included as part of sub-summary part, below Patient Name)
    • Claim record 1 for patient 1 (fields in body part)
    • Claim record 2 for patient 1
    • etc...
  • Patient Name 2
  • Column Headers (e.g., "Date"  "Type"   "Notes"...included as part of sub-summary part, below Patient Name)
    • Claim record 1 for patient 2
    • etc...

 FORCED PAGE BREAK

 Client Name A - Manager Name B

  • Patient Name 3 (Sub-summary part when sorted by patient)
  •  Column Header (e.g., "Date"  "Type"   "Notes"...included as part of sub-summary part, below Patient Name)
    • Claim record 1 for patient 3 (fields in body part)
    • Claim record 2 for patient 31
    • etc...
  • Patient Name 4
    • Claim Data for patient 2
    • etc.

How do I get the column header to re-appear at the top of the page when data for a patient runs from one page to the next? I tried including the column headers in my header section, but then I get a duplicate header for every New Client/Manager. I'm sure there should be some conditional formatting I could do but not seeing how. I saw an old post of a similar problem back in version 2.x, but seemed very complicated...please say there's an easier way!

Thanks!

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